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We have enclosed some of the key policies and information documents for your reference.

Charging Policy and Statement of Financial Expectations

Complaints Procedure

Collective Worship

Equalities Policy (including Equalities Information and Objectives)

Governor Expenses

Promoting Fundamental British Values as part of SMSC in schools

Sex and Relationship Education Policy

SMSC

Special Educational Needs (SEN) Policy

Statement of Financial Expectations

Supporting Children with Medical Needs

Use of Internet

eSafety Presentation

Booking form for after school club

Information about phonics and reading

 

Ordering school uniform

 

School uniform can now be ordered directly from School Trends. This is the same supplier which we have always used - you can now just deal with them directly. This allows you to order in small quantities, use credit cards and buy other stock items. There are two ranges available - classic and essentials. There is a difference in price which is achieved by using different material. We have a sample in the office if you would like to feel the difference in texture.

Follow the link below to take you directly to Broughton's page on the School Trends web-site:

 

http://www.schooltrendsonline.com/schools/BroughtonPrimarySO208AN

 

We have also made Tesco Uniform a supplier of our branded logo uniform. The quality is similar to the School Trends Essential range - but cheaper. Commission is also paid to the school, and you get Clubcard points and home delivery. We have samples of all three ranges in the school office if you would like to try before you buy!

 

http://www.clothingattesco.com/hampshire/broughton-primary-school/invt/115867

 

School Money - Online payment guide

Special Educational Needs with/without Disability

The Broughton Primary School SEN statement effective September 2014 is attached.

The Hampshire Local offer can be accessed using the link below:

Understanding how phonics works - the way to help your child

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Children are taught pure phonic sounds. Over-pronouncing letters means that they will not blend together to give the true composite word sound. Watch this short video to see what we mean.
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